The old rationale for avoidance of current intensive scenarios stems from a simple fact that current intensive systems tend to be less efficient due to their high levels of copper losses. At first glance, the problem of magnetic design in current intensive motor drives appears to be trivial. In fact the outstanding issues related to design and control of current intensive motor/generator drives may explain the selection of dual-voltage systems in most existing electric drives. In the process of transferring a voltage intensive design into a current intensive motor drive, the operational characteristic of the actuator should remain unaltered. With the vehicular industry turning into a primary market for electromechanical energy conversion devices and power electronics base products, there is little doubt that the existing 12 V electric power system in conventional automobiles can no longer satisfy the ever-growing demand of more electrification.